17 episodes

Going Through It is a podcast hosted by Tracy Clayton featuring 14 notable Black women discussing a pivotal moment when they decided it was time to make a change.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.7, 431 Ratings

Going Through It is a podcast hosted by Tracy Clayton featuring 14 notable Black women discussing a pivotal moment when they decided it was time to make a change.

    Josie Duffy Rice

    Josie Duffy Rice

    Tracy and Josie Duffy Rice, President of The Appeal and host of Justice in America, unpack violence and police brutality, the Black Lives Matter movement, and how Josie re-evaluated what “making change” meant for her career.

    • 34 min
    Going Through It - Season 2 (Trailer)

    Going Through It - Season 2 (Trailer)

    Back for a second season, Tracy Clayton hosts Going Through It, a podcast featuring 14 notable Black women discussing a pivotal moment when they decided it was time to make a change.

    • 2 min
    Antje Danielson Was Fired By Her Best Friend

    Antje Danielson Was Fired By Her Best Friend

    In 1999, Antje Danielson wanted to start a car-sharing company. But she was a scientist, not a businesswoman, and she knew she couldn’t do it alone. After launching Zipcar with her friend Robin Chase, Danielson had to come to terms with one of her biggest mistakes: asking a close friend to become an equal partner in her company. Danielson tells host Ann Friedman what happened when Chase fired her, and why her choice to walk away ultimately saved the company. 

    • 20 min
    Ellen Pao Lost Her Lawsuit, And Her Job

    Ellen Pao Lost Her Lawsuit, And Her Job

    In 2012, Ellen Pao was fighting discrimination on two fronts: in the courtroom, where she brought a gender discrimination lawsuit against her former employer Kleiner Perkins, and at work, where she attempted to change the culture of Reddit as its interim CEO. Before the end of that year, Pao both lost her case, and resigned. She talks to host Ann Friedman about her decision to keep working to change the tech industry, even after everything fell apart.

    • 19 min
    Charlotte Cho Thought Her Skincare Hobby Could Never Be Her Career

    Charlotte Cho Thought Her Skincare Hobby Could Never Be Her Career

    When Charlotte Cho moved to South Korea, she didn’t have a professional passion or much of a plan. But she did discover the power of the 10-step skin care routine. Now, she’s the founder of Soko Glam, one of the largest retailers of Korean beauty products in the United States. Cho tells host Ann Friedman about how she learned to invest in her company, and herself. 

    • 20 min
    Soledad O’Brien’s Dream Job Wasn’t A Dream At All

    Soledad O’Brien’s Dream Job Wasn’t A Dream At All

    Years before broadcast journalist Soledad O’Brien delivered the news to millions of Americans, she was an entry-level reporter in San Francisco. To become the news anchor she wanted to be, O’Brien had to make strategic decisions. She talks to host Ann Friedman about what happened when that first on-air position — which was her dream role at the time — started looking like a dead-end job.

    • 15 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
431 Ratings

431 Ratings

alixnope ,

Got me through it

I love this podcast. Each and every episode is raw and emotional in the best ways. Hearing the stories of such acclaimed and heroic people open up is a breath of fresh air.

Jenk1976 ,

Keep The Episodes Coming!

I’m only on episode 2 and I’m already hooked.

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When is...

Season 2? We’re all waiting

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